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Registration and Circulation Policy Changes

Effective May 5, 2014 Circulation Policy Effective May 5, 2014, the library will no longer waive late fees over $25. There is a maximum late fee per item of $5. However, multiple overdue items with late fees that total more than $25 will be assessed the full balance due. Patrons cannot checkout materials with a […]

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Like Me

I have always enjoyed Chely Wright’s music and when she came out a few years ago I didn’t think much about it. She was one of many and it wasn’t really all that interesting. What I didn’t know was how much discrimination there was and is in country music. This is a brave story, not […]

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Sew Deadly

I’ve been reading some heavier books and needed something light. This was definitely it. As a northerner who first moved to a “small” southern town I can definitely relate to the trouble the main character had with fitting in (although thankfully I’ve never been accused of murder!). I’m not a seamstress but the book was […]

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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

This is one of the most spectacular works of fiction I have ever read. Diaz’s narrator’s prose is sharp, unique, funny, and keenly representative of contemporary urban America, in particular the Latino immigrant community. Chock full of cultural, literary, sci-fi/genre, and historical references, I could read this book ten times and pick up on new […]

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Bossypants

After reading a whole lot of dark and heavy books, I really needed a lighter read. I had been advised by a friend to try the audio book because it’s read by the author. I found myself laughing out loud quite a few times. She has great, short stories that flow together nicely. Unlike some […]

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Bleeding Edge

Thomas Pynchon’s take on the 21st century, the Internet, and September 11. Something like an East Coast version of “Vineland.” The protagonist is Maxine Tarnow, a private fraud investigator in NYC. I had to keep a list of characters, because there were so many it was hard to keep them all straight. But that’s not […]

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